Friday, June 27, 2014

Escaping Heartbreak Review...


It’s time for Sawyer to start living her life. Since she was fifteen she has taken care of everyone but herself, including her older brother Dane. She has been lying to herself to keep from feeling the pain of her parent’s death. Now she is twenty and she’s ready to start a life of her own. Moving into her parent’s lake house would be the perfect escape. Wouldn’t it? That’s what she thought. Only, it led her right into the emotional place she’s been hiding from all this time. All of those years of running from her feelings, she now has to face them. It’s too much. She can’t deal with it alone. Someone has to help. She’ll do anything to escape the heartbreak, but you can only run so far. 

Travis can’t believe his eyes; his half-opened, blood shot eyes. Sawyer Evans was in the flesh and standing over him. He hadn’t seen this girl since he was ten years old. Travis only saw the Evan’s during the summer when they moved into the lake house. He and Dane were best friends. When Dane invited him and the old gang to a welcome back party at the Lake House, he couldn’t wait to go. It turns out getting wasted was only half the fun. Seeing Sawyer was the other half. She was the sexiest girl he’d ever seen and he was going to make sure that she knew it. Only she shot him down time and time again. He’s determined to break down those walls and get inside her head, but he’ll have to be sober to do it, and no matter how hard he tries, she’ll always run. He can’t keep chasing her. He has to figure out a way to make her stay.

It’s time to stop running, stop hiding, and start learning where the true escape lies. Everyone will face heartbreak, but not everyone will find love. 

Stand Alone Novel for ages 18+ due to graphic language, and sexual content.

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Reviewed by Glendalys:

I give this book 3 stars.

Sawyer had to grow up very fast after her parents died when she was fifteen.  She never had the chance to go to college, never really dated, she basically stopped living.  Now almost 21 years old she decides it's time for a change.  She decides to move to her parents summer house to start a new life, full of new possibilities.  Moving back to the house is painful because it brings back memories of her parents.  It also brings back people from her past.  I liked this book.  It was a really cute story.  The reason I gave it 3 stars was because it was good not great.  It had so much potential.  I liked the characters, the storyline but it felt rushed.  One minute Sawyer is crying over her parents and the next chapter it's not about that anymore.  I wish the author would have written more about how she got over it.  She met Travis a childhood crush from the summer again and one minute she's telling him they need to take it slow, the next chapter they are together.  I wished there was more to it because it had great potential.  It appears to be a series a and I look forward to reading the next book, hoping the next one is better.



Regina lives in Kentucky and is currently releasing her third book. Her books include Chased and Challenged, both of The Graysen Pack Series, as well as her newest book Moonshine. Her true love is writing paranormal, but writing Moonshine made her discover a hidden love for Adult Contemporary Romance. She says that you can expect her to write a little in both worlds. 

She is married with two kids and when she is not writing she is reading and reading and reading. She loves her cat Jacob, who was named after her favorite werewolf. Go figure... If you put her in front of the T.V. she would most likely watch sports, unless The Vampire Diaries is on. Her favorite things are her family, books, football, chocolate, Bruno Mars, and well Bruno Mars, enough said. She loves to keep up with her fans and you can find her several places.


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